You will need to bring these items –
1. Valid state or military issued ID, or valid passport.
2. Most recent pay stubs – if you have direct deposit you can bring in evidence of your pay deposits. Call us if you have questions.
3. Proof of residency
4. Funds or approved collateral to cover the cost or downpayment of your Dallas Bail Bonds.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call our office – we will provide you with any information you need.
If the defendant misses court, the court will issue a warrant for their arrest. Most of the time our office will be notified of the failure to appear. We can assist you in either getting the bond reinstated or we can also help you in surrendering the defendant back to custody so the co-signer is not responsible for the full amount of the bond.
Anything that has sufficient resale value to help cover the amount of the bond(s). This includes tools, electronics, jewelry, vehicles (auto & recreational, real estate and of course cash.
Most times if real estate is used, it will either have to have a clear title, or there needs to be sufficient equity to cover and related bonds.
Call Southern Bail Bonds today at (214) 385-4746! We can help you get the answers you need.
Not always because every situation is different. Many times the co-signer is sufficient. But there are times when collateral may be needed, such as defendant having a high bond amount, or if the defendant has a history of not showing up for court.
Southern Bail Bonds will explain the process and let you know if collateral is needed.
Call Southern Bail Bonds now at (214) 385-4746. We can answer your bail bonds question.
How Dallas Bail Bonds Amounts Are Set
Dallas Bail Bonds Amounts are set by Judges/Magistrates. The Dallas County Judge has the option to use a standard bail schedule that specifies the bail bonds amounts for the most common crimes, or the Judge can make the determination of bail amount on a case-by-case basis. If bail is set, the defendant has the option to post the full bail bond amount or use a Surety (Dallas Bail Bonds agent) to post the bail bond.
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